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December 3rd, 2023

Confucius, Restaurant, Review,Chinese Food, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Beaches

Confucius was a Chinese thinker and social philosopher….But in Rehoboth Beach it is a very good Chinese restaurant. Not all Chinese restaurants are the same. This one stands above others.

Shawn and Danielle have owned Confucius for almost 20 years. They are the perfect host and hostess. I remember years ago watching their son doing his homework in the back. That young man is in college now.

Confucius is located on 57 Wilmington Ave. right in Downtown Rehoboth Beach. 302-227-3848.

I have my favorite dishes. My go to ones. So, I always order a whole fish. No, don’t wrinkle your nose until you try it. I am like a cat eating a fish? I dig into the fish like I dig into my crabs.

The Whole Black Sea Bass is intimidating, but trust me it is so good. You don’t have to look at the eyes. Once you take that first bite you will say Oh now I know what she was talking about.

Their green beans are to die for. You wonder why would I order green beans? Simple, they are that good.

An appetizer of Salt & Pepper Shrimp should not be missed. Crispy and you should try them or someone in your table should. But they may not want to share.

General Tso’s Chicken was ordered and I can attest it was very good. It can be a shareable dish for the table. There are many stories about the history of this dish. Check it out.

Their duck spring rolls were nice as a starter sipping wine waiting for the salt and pepper shrimp?

As you can tell I really enjoy Confucius. Their food and service is consistent and when I leave I think of how I cannot wait to come back.

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